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Andresen Alan V, Galen Peter M, Warner Robert A, Selvester Ronald Hs: Combined ecg and sound chart report and methodology. Inovise Medical, DICKINSON Jon M PC, November 30, 2006: WO/2006/127022 (2 worldwide citation)

A computer-based method for presenting correlated ECG and heart-associated sound information regarding a selected subject’s heart including the steps of (a) collecting subject-specific, time-related ECG and heart-associated sound information, and thereafter (b), presenting, in a common-display manne ...


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Arand Patricia A, Bauer Peter T, Galen Peter, Warner Robert A: Method and system relating to monitoring and characterizing heart condition. Inovise Medical, DICKINSON Jon M PC, May 26, 2006: WO/2006/055037 (2 worldwide citation)

A method and a system for monitoring and characterizing a person's heart condition for various medically related purposes. The method includes the steps of (a) acquiring a selected person's acoustic heart signature (136), (b) acquiring, substantially simultaneously, that same person's electrical hea ...


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Simmons Robert J: (s) Of a column. Simmons Robert J, DICKINSON Jon M PC, March 31, 2005: WO/2005/028762 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and related apparatus for precision deploy-attaching beam-mount structure (38) to the outside of an elongate column (32) at plural, defined attachment sites that are distributed and spaced along the length of the column (32). The method involves (a) preparing an elongate column (32) to act ...


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Summer Robert D, Dickinson Jon M: Peer-to-peer affinity-group commerce method and system. Summer Robert D, Dickinson Jon M, DICKINSON Jon M PC, February 9, 2006: WO/2006/014295 (1 worldwide citation)

A P2P (peer-to-peer) business and commerce-enhancing method [Figure 1] including the steps of (a) identifying an active P2P network which is characterized with peers having a defined affinity interest in the exchange of at least category- A information, such as digital music song files [Fig 1., 24], ...


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Simmons Robert J: Long-span transition beam. Simmons Robert J, DICKINSON Jon M PC, March 31, 2005: WO/2005/028763

An elongate, long-span transition beam employable between columns in a building frame structure. This transition beam includes (a) an elongate central portion having one, principal cross-sectional vertical depth, and (b) joined to the opposite ends of the central portion, a pair of elongate end port ...


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Epley John M: Head-stabilized medical apparatus, system and methodology. Epley John M, DICKINSON Jon M PC, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/112557

Structure and methodology involving mountable and head-wearable frame structure which is positionally stabilized, during use, relative a human subject's head, and which carries a selection of positionally anchored data sensors, and stimuli deliverers, that are relevant to the diagnosis and treatment ...


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Simmons Robert J: Column base to podium slab anchoring. Simmons Robert J, DICKINSON Jon M PC, March 9, 2006: WO/2006/026384

Concealed anchoring structure interconnecting (a) the base of an elongate, upright, tubular (hollow), structural building-frame column having a long axis, and (b) a generally planar and horizontal podium slab having a body with upper and lower surfaces which collectively define slab depth, with the ...


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Dennis Michael R, Monk Russell A: Anti-projectile barrier fabric and method. Mjd Innovations, DICKINSON Jon M PC, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/113237

An anti-projectile barrier fabric which takes the form of a plural-layer assembly of two outer cloth-like layers, each preferably formed of a Nylon material, a pair of foam-like layers, each, preferably formed of a cross-linked polyethylene material and disposed inwardly of, and bonded to, the two c ...


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Dennis Michael R: Seat structure with anti-spring spanner element. Mjd Innovations, DICKINSON Jon M PC, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/113284

A shock-load G-force minimizing seat structure (10) which responds principally in non-springy compression, rather than in spring-loading bending, to vertically directed shock loads. The seat structure features an anti-springy frame structure (14) which supports a thin and very lightweight seat cushi ...


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Dennis Michael R, Paasche Gerhard: Impact-g-force vector-modifying seat structure and method. Mjd Innovations, DICKINSON Jon M PC, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/113285

An impact-G-force, vector-modifying seat structure in a vehicle, which seat structure introduces, in a forward crash situation, and in a generally vertical plane, a special forward, the upward, and then rearward rotation of the base of the spine of a seated occupant. This motion tends to minimize cr ...



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